…doing the emotion analytics – and taking into consideration my own emotional architecture – turns frustration into progress.
Here are some of the things I’ve been thinking about: The two areas in trading that separate the men from the boys (so to speak) are: 1.) The ability to divide environmental perceptions in half and process them separately. First I ask myself what I am feeling and in doing so I acknowledge and honor [...]
The market meltdowns of last few years spawned an interest in the research and theoretical field of Behavioral Finance that simply didn’t exist before. Books like THINK TWICE, Harnessing the Power of Counter-Intuition garner great attention and great crowds for Michael Mauboussin the author. Calls to our office for talks, interviews or articles on “Irrationality” [...]
… and I talked to Jon about that and this is what he said – (Referring to a specific inquiry)… “but I really encouraged him to do whatever he could to purchase your course since that is what gave me the context to get so much more out of the books that I read, which [...]
I knew I needed emotional help the day I became so angry that I punched my bedroom door, stomped down the stairs, and kicked over a living room end table—shocking my wife and two boys, and, most of all, myself. I’ve always been known as the “laid back, non-emotional German from Minnesota.” I was furious [...]
Now Dr. Elise Payzan Le Nestour is about to begin her professorship in Finance at The Australian School of Business but she has graciously taken the time to summarize the findings from her recent research. “(My) research shows that under certain conditions, investors can cope with the instability encountered in financial markets very well. Specifically, [...]